Appeal Cases


Appeal Cases
сокр. AC юр., брит. "Обжалованные судебные прецеденты"* (серийное издание текстов судебных прецедентов, в котором судебные прецеденты упорядочены по темам и хронологии и каждому судебному прецеденту присвоен номер)
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  • List of Canadian Courts of Appeal cases — A select number of decisions from the Courts of Appeal have proven to be the leading case law in a number of fields and have subsequently been adopted across all provinces, or else they are famous decisions in their own right. Most frequently the …   Wikipedia

  • appeal — ap·peal 1 /ə pēl/ n [Old French apel, from apeler to call, accuse, appeal, from Latin appellare]: a proceeding in which a case is brought before a higher court for review of a lower court s judgment for the purpose of convincing the higher court… …   Law dictionary

  • Appeal as from an abuse — • The object was to safeguard equally the rights both of the State and of the Church Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Appeal As From An Abuse     Appeal as from an abuse …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Appeal as from an abuse — (French appel comme d abus ) is a legal term applied in the canon law of the Roman Catholic Church, meaning originally a legal appeal as recourse to the civil forum (court) against the usurpation by the ecclesiastical forum of the rights of civil …   Wikipedia

  • Appeal to tradition — Appeal to tradition, also known as proof from tradition, [Catholic Encyclopedia.] appeal to common practice, argumentum ad antiquitatem, false induction, or the is/ought fallacy, [Texas University.] is a common logical fallacy in which a thesis… …   Wikipedia

  • Appeal to nature — is a commonly seen fallacy of relevance consisting of a claim that something is good or right because it is natural, or that something is bad or wrong because it is unnatural. In this type of fallacy nature is often implied as an ideal or desired …   Wikipedia

  • Appeal — For other uses, see Appeal (disambiguation). An appeal is a petition for review of a case that has been decided by a court of law. The petition is made to a higher court for the purpose of overturning the lower court s decision. The District of… …   Wikipedia

  • appeal — appealability, n. appealable, adj. appealer, n. /euh peel /, n. 1. an earnest request for aid, support, sympathy, mercy, etc.; entreaty; petition; plea. 2. a request or reference to some person or authority for a decision, corroboration, judgment …   Universalium

  • Appeal to authority — An appeal to authority or argument by authority is a type of argument in logic called a fallacy. It bases the truth value of an assertion on the authority, knowledge, expertise, or position of the person asserting it. It is also known as argument …   Wikipedia

  • Appeal to novelty — The appeal to novelty (also called argumentum ad novitatem ) is a fallacy in which someone prematurely claims that an idea or proposal is correct or superior, exclusively because it is new and modern. In a controversy between status quo and new… …   Wikipedia

  • APPEAL — The Problem of the Appeal in Jewish Law Most modern legal systems comprise a number of judicial forums, organized hierarchically. A litigant dissatisfied with a decision in a lower forum thus has the right to appeal that decision in a higher… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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